Metal falls from truck and damages car's windscreen
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A car's windscreen was damaged recently in Australia when a piece of metal fell from a truck and landed on it.
A Hunter Westpac rescue helicopter attended the scene of the accident, which occurred last Friday (November 26th), the Newcastle Herald reports.
The 80-year-old woman who was driving the car was taken to Warkworth Oval for initial medical treatment and then John Hunter Hospital, a helicopter spokesman told the newspaper.
Reports suggest that the woman was travelling on the Golden Highway near Denman at about 13:30 (local time) when the incident took place.
Last month, stuff.co.nz reported that a vehicle's car glass had been damaged by a metal cage that fell from the back of a trailer on the Grove Road Bridge in Blenheim, New Zealand.
The incident took place on Sunday November 8th and the Toyota TownAce van that was damaged contained Alan Dunkley, his wife Melissa and their young sons, none of whom were seriously injured.
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